Solo: A Star Wars Story is barreling forward and it’s finally time we got a good demeanour during a whole cast. A full trailer was expelled on Sunday, crowded of galactic goodies: Lando Calrissian finally speaks! As does L3-37, a droid uttered by Phoebe Waller-Bridge. And Han himself (played by Alden Ehrenreich) puts a silly, genuine turn on an aged catchphrase.
“I’ve got a unequivocally good feeling about this,” he says as he maneuvers a Millennium Falcon. Oh, to be immature (Solo)!
The story revolves around a pledge raider and his companion Chewbacca (who’s suggested to be 190 years old) removing their initial vital pursuit for baddie Dryden Vos (played by Paul Bettany), an intimidating mafiosi with prolonged red scars down his face and a rare heading arms that appears to be a small, brass-knuckles chronicle of a lightsaber. With some assistance from a puzzling Qi’ra (Emilia Clarke) and ne’er-do-well coach of sorts Tobias Beckett (played by Woody Harrelson), Solo and Chewie set off to finish a mission. First stop: a revisit to a barbarous Lando Calrissian (Donald Glover), where we finally see Han and Lando rivet in a small bar-room tête-à-tête. “I listened a story about you, we was wondering if it was true,” Solo asks a associate smuggler.
“Everything you’ve listened about me is true,” Lando replies.
Solo purists will also suffer examination a immature raider as he gazes on a Falcon for a initial time, awe-struck as he climbs into a boat that’s about to figure his whole bootlegging career. And life, for that matter! Solo: A Star Wars Story flies into theaters on May 25.